51 Buckingham Gate’s South Indian restaurant, Quilon has received the ultimate culinary accolade – a Michelin star.
In the latest Michelin guide Quilon is one of five London restaurants to be awarded their first Michelin stars. Quilon is only the fifth Indian restaurant in the capital to win the honour and is the only More >
Start your engines for the British International Motor Show taking place from July 22nd to August 3rd at Excel London.
Thousands of tickets have already been sold for the multi award-winning motor show which after a long spell in Birmingham has finally returned to London after 30 years. The two week More >
Set to open in June 2008, the £180 million Sofitel London Heathrow T5 will be one of the largest luxury airport hotels. Directly connected to Terminal 5 via a link bridge, the 605-bedroom hotel will be a great addition to an already impressive range of London Heathrow hotels.
Sofitel London Heathrow is instantly recognisable More >
Hyde Park Gate has just completed a multi-million pound refurbishment.
Set within three imposing Victorian houses, Hyde Park Gate was built in 1864 and many of the original features have been retained over the years. The apartments are the most prestigious in the Capital, and in hotel terms equate with London’s grandest More >
On February 5th, Madame Tussauds London unveiled a wax figure of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The new wax work can be found in the Political Leaders Zone of Madame Tussauds London’s famous World Stage. Guests to the attraction can experience what it feels like to deliver a keynote address in More >
Address: 10 Theed Street, London SE1 8ST, United Kingdom
Date: April 13, 2008 Hours: 6:30am Tickets: Free
WWW: http://www.london-marathon.co.uk/ Phone: +44 20 79020200
About the Flora London Marathon
Olympic Champion Chris Brasher’s vision of a marathon in London where all people “black, white and yellow” come together to “laugh, cheer and suffer” for More >
This short break guide about London, England will help you to make the most of your trip. Lists of what’s on in London and recommended hotels will save you time when planning your city break.About London, England
London is the largest and most populated urban site in England and the More >
The Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury has just concluded its sleek, new reception, lobby and Junction bar revamp. Located at Coram Street WC1 and only five minutes from Eurostar’s new St Pancras international terminal, the 310 room hotel is now up to speed with its fashionable and modern look.
The Junction Bar bestows an More >
Eurostar has almost completed the new London home for its high-tech, fast-paced train system. Wednesday, November 14, 2007 sees Eurostar move from Waterloo to Kings Cross St Pancras.
On November 13, the last arrivals and departures to and from Waterloo International will come to a halt. Over night, Eurostar will be More >
Guy Fawkes Night, also known as Bonfire Night, is annually held to commemorate the 1605 failed Gunpowder Plot in which Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators attempted to blow up Parliament with King James I inside.
After the plot was felled and exposed, Fawkes and his group were arrested, imprisoned and executed. Though not a legal More >